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Lata PCC dies

Temotu province is mourning the loss of their provincial police commander (PPC) who passed away on Wednesday night at his resident in Lata, Temotu province.

Govt supports RTCs

A total of twenty-one (21) rural training centres (RTC) in the country will benefit from training equipments worth five hundred thousand dollars for skills development.

Tubi consignments held up

Fifty (50) containers of tubi round logs t ready to export were held up by the Customs yesterday.

Uncle gets 13 years jail term for rape and assault on niece

It is always incomprehensible to me how any man could think so little of a member of his own family as to treat them with so little humanity, says a High Court Judge.

No more writing letters

With the new inclusive 3G tower launched at Buma parish in West Kwaio, Malaita province, people within the areas has now do away with writing letters when trying to pass messages to their family members and relatives as in the past.

SIRC opens kaikai house

Solomon Island Red Cross [SIRC] officially opens its kaikai house yesterday.

It began with a simple cocoa buying business way back in the 1980’s when the so called company Arania Enterprise Limited (AEL) was incorporated and gets its license a few years later to export cocoa to overseas markets.


PNG wants Solomons to withdraw candidate to Forum’s top job

Air service still suspended

WHILE the Fijian Government has maintained its position on the airline dispute with the Solomon Islands, the head of the Civil Aviation Authority of Solomon Islands (CAASI) says the issue stemmed from a request for a new slot for Fiji Airways to fly direct from Nadi to Honiara on Saturdays.

COMPLAINTS have surfaced over the car-parking area at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) being too small.

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